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CVE-2010-1586 Scanner

Detects 'Open Redirect' vulnerability in HP System Management Homepage (SMH) affects v. 2.x.x.x.


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HP System Management Homepage (SMH) is a web-based management tool provided by HP to manage HP servers deployed within a network. The purpose of SMH is to simplify server management tasks for administrators by providing a graphical user interface to monitor the health of the server hardware and software components, view system event logs, and control system services. SMH is used in enterprise environments such as data centers to manage HP server fleets.

CVE-2010-1586 is an Open Redirect vulnerability that was detected in one of the web pages of SMH - red2301.html. This vulnerability allows remote attackers to redirect users to arbitrary web sites which can be controlled by attackers to conduct phishing attacks by exploiting the RedirectUrl parameter which is used by SMH as a redirection mechanism.

This vulnerability can lead to malicious users redirecting SMH users to fake login pages, thus stealing user credentials and sensitive information. Attackers can also redirect users to websites infected with malware which can, in turn, compromise the server or the network where the SMH tool is deployed, leading to potential data breaches and financial losses for the organization. is a leading platform that provides a range of cybersecurity tools to help organizations detect, prevent and remediate security vulnerabilities in their digital assets. By leveraging the advanced features of this platform, organizations can ensure that their digital assets are continuously monitored for potential threats and vulnerabilities. Thus, those who read this article can take advantage of the pro features of to safeguard their digital assets from potential cyber attacks.



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